Shopping in Milan

Shopping in Milan
Antique Market
Antiquities from A to Y: Theres a dynamic range of wares from the African Gallerie to Yayla d Bambi Giovanni being sold here on the last Sunday of each month. There are also dealers such as Fratelli Böhm Antiquariato & Design, Old England and Shangri-La. The specialties here are not just regional, but international. The location on the river canal is just perfect for this market. Since the year dot, artists and traders have been putting their wares on display along the two kilometer long market for the steady stream of people who come to examine some of the more peculiar things in life. Nothing comes from the bargain bin here, as all 400 dealers must go through stringent quality checks before bringing the goods to the table. So hone up on your haggling skills and come here to sift your way through everything from furniture to postage stamps. It's well worth it!
Spalding
Coppola Atelier

Stay in Milan

Stay in Milan
Bulgari Hotel
We all know Bulgari as a Jeweller. Those who await the sparkling of Swarovski crystals will be sorely disappointed: At the very most, it's the jewelled armbands of the illustrious guests that are sparkling. Aside from jewels, this hotel is in a luxury class of its own. The cupboards alone are big enough to cater for a small family. The bathrooms feature a bath carved from granite stone and the wireless multi-function telephone is the jewel in the crown. Elegant teak wood is matched with solid oaks and of course a generous range of Bulgari bathroom products are made available.   The biggest jewel of the hotel has to be the Spa, which fulfills even the finest demands. And for those that really must leave the hotel doors, the search is only a platinum card away: the golden quarter is right at your doorstep, with designer stores such as Dolce, Prada and Armani at your doorstep. But don't rush out - there's always a massage to be enjoyed! If there's no time for a shopping tour, let the exculsive shopping service take care of it for you. Double rooms from 530 euros per night.
Enterprise Hotel
Hotel Spadari

Eat in Milan

Eat in Milan
Bagutta
The Bagutta in Milan is an institution. Culinary Italy fans don't get around it. It can be found amidst the city, near the exclusive fashion street Via della Spiga.   Classic and Italian. That's how the menu could be described which catches your sight at the entrance. But thereby not only the latest one is referred to but also the 170 historic menus which cover a large part of the walls in the restaurant. The idea developed around 70 years ago, in a night when the rules for the first Italian literary prize was scribbled down on a paper here. Already back then many writers, journalists, painters, actors and photographers came and enjoyed the simple character of the dignified building.   The artists remained, but today also business people like to meet in the trattoria which is furnished with heavy furniture and dark wooden floors. They choose between Northern Italian specialities like spaghetti with wild boar sugo or deep-fried artichokes.
Le Banque
L'Elephante

Sights in Milan

Sights in Milan
Garden Floor
Milan and its rooftop bars: these are few and far between. Different to cities like Bangkok or New York, the Italians do not use their hotel roofs for relaxed after hours or endless panorama views. The hotel Milano Scala, close to the opera, the cathedral and the Parco Sempione has now taken up the role of the pioneer and pleases the Milanese society with its Brera Garden Floor.   And the new garden terrace on the eight floor of the boutique hotel has cult potential. Between lemon trees and vine branches there are artworks by aspiring artists that are exchanged on a regular basis. In between, there's lavender, rosemary and a picnic basket. In the latter, you'll find - how eco-chic - the antipasti. In the background lounge music and the view on the Lombardic capital which at the moment prepares itself for the Expo 2015. Because of the chilly temperature in these dizzy heights, the doors to the Garden Floor remain closed throughout the autumn and winter season and will reopen in spring.
Navigli
Nights at the Mus

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